Group Divisions

The Corporate divisions are responsible for plotting the future direction and global policies of Societe Generale. They support our different businesses with leadership, advice and support.

The 8,340 staff members guarantee the professionalism, coherence and synergy of the support activities in each of our core businesses.

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Finance and Development

Responsible for all central finance functions, the Finance and Development Division implements, promotes and coordinates the various aspects of the financial management and strategy of Societe Generale. The missions of the Finance and Development Corporate Division are varied and extensive:

  • Corporate finance strategy
  • Corporate standards (management, accounting and reporting)
  • Financial management and reporting
  • Regulatory affairs
  • Cross-functional financial projects


Human Resources

The Human Resources business line comprises 3,000 employees worldwide. They support the strategy and business of Societe Generale, and ensure team spirit and attractiveness. Corporate teams provide various services that are available to core businesses: Training, Recruitment, Social Relations, Talent Development, Employer Policy and Remuneration.



Corporate Secretary

Corporate Secretary ensures the legal and tax security of our activities. It is responsible for the Group’s regulatory compliance. It steers and manages our insurance coverage and ensures we meet our Sustainable Development goals. The Corporate Secretary includes the Legal function, the Tax Department, the Insurance Department, the Compliance Department and the Sustainable Development Department.



Group Resources

Group Resources develops our operational efficiency and productivity through the standardisation of processes, the pooling of resources and the application of policies to ensure efficient sourcing. It works to improve the quality of service, increase responsiveness, reduce operational risks and optimise costs across Societe Generale. 

It groups together the following activities:

  • Group Information Systems Division: Manages and operates the IT systems that deliver innovative services to our customers
  • Technical Infrastructure and Services Centre: provides the infrastructures, platforms and environments required to operate our business systems.
  • Purchasing Division: designs sourcing policies and defines sourcing standards and processes.
  • Organisation Department: tasked with improving the organisational efficiency of existing and new entities and piloting change management projects.
  • Innovation Department: Steers and coordinates innovation across Societe Generale
  • Operating Property Department: manages and operates our property assets around the world.


Risk

The Risk Management Division contributes to the development of the Societe Generale Group's business and profitability by:

  • defining risk appetite of the Group for each activity along with the Core Businesses,
  • implementing a risk management and monitoring system.

In carrying out its duties, the Risk Management Division combines independence with respect to business lines with a close collaboration with Core Businesses which are, in the first instance, responsible for the transactions they initiate.

 

Communication

The Group Communication Division manages the external and internal communications of Societe Generale. It defines the communications strategy that supports our business strategy. It ensures that all entities and subsidiaries communicate clearly and effectively by providing guidance and assistance. 
The Communication division is divided into six areas of expertise:

  • Press relations
  • Branding: visual identity, advertising, media planning
  • Sponsorship and Patronage
  • Citizenship
  • Internal and institutional communication
  • Public relations


Inspection and Audit

The Inspection and Audit Division (DCPE) employs 1,600 inspectors and Group auditors worldwide, under the authority of the Head of Inspection and Audit. Their main responsibility is to provide, through independent audits, an objective, thorough and impartial evaluation of:

  • the compliance of transactions,
  • level of risk effectively incurred,
  • procedural compliance,
  • effectiveness and relevance of the permanent control system in place.

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